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Wednesday, July 6th, 2022 (12:13 pm) - Score 432
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Network builder Netomnia – supported by UK ISP YouFibre – has today announced that 20,000 premises in the North Ayrshire (Scotland) town of Irvine will be the next to benefit from their rollout of a new gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network, which is expected to cost the operator £6m.

The company is partnering with civil engineering contractor Novo Technologies to roll out its broadband infrastructure in the town. But gigabit-capable rival networks from Openreach and Virgin Media are already present in the area, with the former continuing to expand.

NOTE: The company is supported by an equity investment from DigitalBridge, as well as commitments from existing shareholders (Soho Square Capital LLP, Advencap Ltd etc.).

Netomnia, which has so far secured £418m in funding and already covers over 130,000 premises across various UK towns (estimated build rate of 15,000 premises per month), currently aims to reach 1 million homes and businesses by the end of 2023.

Jeremy Chelot, CEO at Netomnia, said:

“It’s fantastic to be continuing our expansion across Scotland, ensuring as many people as possible have access to an ultrafast network that they can rely on. Our latest investment will bring real benefits to the area, whilst causing minimum disruption, using existing infrastructure.”

Once live, customers taking the new service via YouFibre can expect to receive unlimited usage, symmetrical speeds, a Wi-Fi router, free installation and 24/7 UK based support. Prices start from just £22 per month on an 18-month term for their unlimited 50Mbps package, which rises to £45 if you want their top 900Mbps plan (£50 thereafter). You’ll also get 6 months of free on their fastest two packages and 3 months free on their slowest two.

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